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The video is NSFW due to language and the graphic description of Joe Biden's alleged conduct.

 

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And strawmen.
What strawman? Are you saying that you and other conservatives aren't saying that what Biden did was either bad or hypocritical? Was that mis-representing your stance?

Or are you saying that a good number of liberals here aren't saying that you're right and that what Biden did was either bad and/or hypocritical?
 
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What strawman? Are you saying that you and other conservatives aren't saying that what Biden did was either bad or hypocritical? Was that mis-representing your stance?

Or are you saying that a good number of liberals here aren't saying that you're right and that what Biden did was either bad and/or hypocritical?
It might help to walk back through the conversation to see how your fake quote was out of place.
 

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I’d assume that more confirmed sexual harassment vs. sexual assault. Or, serious question, do sexual assault victims sometimes call it sexual harassment, or were the terms used more interchangeably at that time?

Her story up until March was that he sexually harassed her (made her feel uncomfortable, degraded her,etc) and the corroborating evidence says the same thing. Which is still pretty terrible.
 
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I’d assume that more confirmed sexual harassment vs. sexual assault. Or, serious question, do sexual assault victims sometimes call it sexual harassment, or were the terms used more interchangeably at that time?

Her story up until March was that he sexually harassed her (made her feel uncomfortable, degraded her,etc) and the corroborating evidence says the same thing. Which is still pretty terrible.
In the workplace you have laws against sexual "harassment" which would include, of course, behavior that could be classified as sexual assault. I am not saying that the behavior she complained of at the time did or did not amount to sexual assualt, but I don't think that one give any weight whatsoever to the mere fact someone used the terminology "sexual harassment" in the workplace. It's actually what one would expect.
 
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I assume those here piling on Biden (rightfully so, likely) wont be voting for a guy who's done the same or worse things in November, right?




Right?



Exactly.
Wow. That was edgy.
 

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I assume those here piling on Biden (rightfully so, likely) wont be voting for a guy who's done the same or worse things in November, right?




Right?



Exactly.
So you are sitting this one out in November?
If the Dems wanted to beat Trump, IMO, they should have nominated a decent candidate and not been crazy. Instead, 2 years in a row they nominate those they felt were entitled to POTUS and went full left/socialist and lost a lot of support.
 
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So you are sitting this one out in November?
If the Dems wanted to beat Trump, IMO, they should have nominated a decent candidate and not been crazy. Instead, 2 years in a row they nominate those they felt were entitled to POTUS and went full left/socialist and lost a lot of support.
You are correct - all the Democrats really needed to do was put forth a solid candidate. In other words, don't be crazy.

But, the Democrats did exactly what I thought they would do - they had a primary that was dominated by the identity politics trap that they baited for themselves, and then came to a belated realization that was a losing proposition in November. That prediction was easy - anyone could see that coming.

I really didn't foresee the Bernie dynamic in advance, although I guess I should have. In such a large field, Bernie was able to stand out with his Marxist base. But, that represented a ceiling rather than a floor.

Of course, back in 2016 we all had a preview of what the DNC's response to the prospect of a Bernie nomination would be. The "by any means necessary" party stepped up and showed that they still have a few tricks up their sleeve.

So, the did the only thing they could do and pushed through the establishment guy who is so incoherent that no one really knows where he stands. But, I think it was only after they pulled off their shenanigans that they looked at each other and asked, "now what?"

On the other hand, I can't really think of a Democratic politician that could have pulled off the "don't be crazy" strategy without alienating the very vocal fringe left.

But, we can't underestimate the "by any means necessary" party. I think right now their focus is on how to parlay the CCP virus into success in November. It's looking like mail in ballots are a big part of that plan. I don't think anyone would be surprised if the went in for another helping of peach mints.
 

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The issue for me on the Biden accusation is the blatant hypocrisy by Democrats and the media. I believe it took the NYT and Washington Post about 2 weeks to even cover the story whereas they ran multiple stories right away and almost daily on the allegation vs Kavanaugh. It's funny to see the mental gymnastics that Democrats and the media are going through trying to explain why we should treat the allegation differently than Kavanaugh. It's simple. They have one set of rules for Republicans and one set of rules for Democrats
 

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